Just outside of the excitement of the "Waterpark Capital of the World" in the Wisconsin Dells, Mirror Lake State Park is an escape to quieter recreation in nature. Here you can swim at the beach, rent a boat, or go fishing on the peaceful Mirror Lake -- the entire lake is designated a no wake zone. You can also mountain bike, hike, or cross country ski on over 19 miles of trails. Due to the proximity to such a popular tourist destination, there are ample places to stay, including 3 large developed campgrounds, 7 group sites, a cabin for disabled persons, and a Frank Lloyd Wright designed cottage for rental.
Each trail is symbolized with a special icon that you can see on the park map and on poles at each intersection, making navigation a breeze. The easiest trails are located near the campgrounds, such as the Newport, Pioneer, or Lakeview Trails. For accessible trails, do the Ishnala or Echo Rock Trails. The Northwest Trail is the most difficult in the park, but even that trail is relatively easy given its short distance.